As graduates of PCU College, the Class of 2012 will contribute greatly to the health and wellness in Canada.
Burnaby, BC (PRWEB) April 19, 2012
PCU College of Holistic Medicine invites friends, family and the general public to join the faculty and staff at the spring convocation ceremony at the Michael J. Fox Theatre in Burnaby on Thursday, April 26, 2012.
The ceremony marks the conclusion of several months of dedication and determination. The graduates include candidates from PCU College’s Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) programs, including Acupuncturist, Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tuina/Anmo. They will also be joined by grads from the campus’s popular Spa Practitioner and Esthetician programs.
“As graduates of PCU College, the Class of 2012 will contribute greatly to the health and wellness in Canada,” says Dr. John Yang, Dean of Faculty and Clinic Director at PCU College. “Our TCM graduates will complement Western medical practices and continue to increase awareness about the benefits of natural medicine. Our Spa Practitioner and Esthetician grads will bring a holistic approach that emphasizes health and well-being. I welcome all of them to the field and look forward to their professional contributions.”
The PCU College convocation will be held at the Michael J. Fox Theatre, 7373 MacPherson Avenue in Burnaby and is open to the public. The ceremony starts promptly at 6:00pm.
About PCU College of Holistic Medicine
PCU College of Holistic Medicine specializes in teaching Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and alternative health care treatments in the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia. Since opening in 2002, PCU College has become one of the leading TCM training and clinical institutions in Canada and has built a diverse, multi-cultural faculty from around the world. The college is also home to PCU College Holistic Healing Centre, an on-site training clinic and herbal apothecary that is open to the public.